Greetings - first time poster.
I have a (client) WordPress site that was created in a sub-directory named “cms” for development. The site is now approved and ready to take live, and I want it to resolve to the root domain.
In ALL other hosting companies I use, getting the WP installation to resolve to the root domain is very easy using the WP codex instructions:
I’ve followed the instructions exactly - just as I always do. I entered the URL without “/cms” and the site redirected to “cms” sub-directory.
Thinking it was an .htaccess rewrite issue, I deleted the .htaccess file from the domain root. The site still redirected to the “cms” sub-directory.
So I removed the index.php file from the domain root. And the site STILL redirected to the “cms” sub-directory.
Then I put in a 1-line index.html file. And the site STILL redirects to the “cms” sub-directory.
Then I even removed the index.html file - so there is absolutely nothing at the domain root for browsers to pickup - and the site STILL redirects to the “cms” sub-directory.
I logged into the client’s DH control panel and can’t find anything that would indicate something other than the server files are enforcing this redirect.
I’m completely stumped. Does anyone know what’s going on here?!?!?!?
Here is the site for reference: http://www.FaithFamilyClinic.us
I tried this post (http://discussion.dreamhost.com/thread-131591.html) but it didn’t help either…